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Coaching Tools and Techniques for Productive Change

Coaching has emerged as a highly effective tool for helping individuals integrate and implement learning, resulting in more effective and productive workers and teams. The ability to coach others is a core competency for those helping organizations to develop personnel. Through coaching, supervisors learn how to optimize the value of human capital.

Change is essential for an organization to grow and adapt to today's rapidly shifting marketplace, but people and organizations are naturally resistant to change. Coaching helps to facilitate productive change in persons, teams, and systems by enabling supervisors to gain cooperation and uncover potential that might otherwise go untapped.

  • What is Coaching?
  • Core Beliefs about Coaching
  • Differences between Coaching, Managing, and Mentoring
  • Key Coaching Skills
  • Goal-Setting
  • Asking Powerful Questions
  • Listening
  • Structure of Coaching Sessions
  • Accountability
  • Building Self-Efficacy
  • Coaching for Peak Employee Performance
  • Assessment of Performance Issues
  • Positive Feedback
  • Constructive Feedback
  • Coaching Effectiveness
  • Coaching Guide
  • Pocket Guides
  • Skill Builder booklets